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Educational Strategy for Practical Convergence using Module Curriculum in University (대학의 실무 융합교육을 위한 융합모듈 교육 전략)

  • Kim, Gi-Dae;Park, Keun-Seo
    • Journal of the Korea Convergence Society
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    • v.9 no.7
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    • pp.205-211
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to propose a strategy to educate the core contents of various major fields in practical and convergent ways in universities in order to prepare for the 4th industrial revolution era. First, convergence field is established in the university curriculum in addition to the existing major and the liberal arts field. Second, convergence courses are created in connection with job ability, which are major curriculum but only for students in other departments. Third, convergence courses are organized in the form of module curriculum, which is a small-sized and independent curriculum consisting of 4 courses. D University, one of the local private universities in Korea, has provided such convergence module education since 2016, and satisfactory results have been obtained in the course enrollment rate and the course evaluation, etc. By combining these convergence modules in various ways, it is possible to easily create customized majors required and designed by local companies at low cost.

Enhancing Social Value of Hospital School through Open Innovation with Networking: The Cooperative Case of YUH's Hospital School and YUBS's Volunteering Club of Herewego (병원학교의 사회적 가치 증진을 위한 개방형 혁신 네트워킹에 관한 연구: 영남대학교의료원 병원학교와 영남대학교 경영대학 교육기부봉사 사업단 '희열위고'의 협업사례를 중심으로)

  • Park, Jaechan;Lee, Jae-Min
    • Knowledge Management Research
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    • v.19 no.4
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    • pp.133-148
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    • 2018
  • The hospital school is an organization designed to encourage long-term health-impaired students to receive treatment and education at the same time. There are 33 hospital schools in Korea. However, the management of hospital schools varies greatly depending on the amount of resources and support they possess, and especially the lack of manpower and quality improvement of education programs were found to be the biggest problems. This study aims to discuss the case of Hospital School in Yeungnam University Hospital (YUH), which successfully overcame internal resource limitations while solving existing hospital schools through networking and open innovation with external organizations. In particular, through cooperation with students of Herewego, volunteering club in Yeungnam University business school(YUBS), we increased the social interest of hospital school by creating a special program with financial support of Daegu city. They created customized education service programs for hospital schools that reflect their major-business management. The cooperativ e case of YUH's Hospital School and YUBS's Volunteering Club of Herewego showed that the cooperation is not only about volunteering service but also the open innovation, introduced as a platform to expand the company's source of product development. We think that this is a case of value creation through exchange of knowledge. It could have many implications for solving the problem of hospital school.